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Rendering First Aid in Railroad Wrecks
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
was borne along in this attitude by the crowd. Dr. Ullivier, of Angers, who examined the bodies, states that in all, without exception, the skin of the face and neck was of a uniform violet tint spotted with blackish ecchymosis. In 9 there was infiltration of blood under the conjunctiva of the eye ; in 4 there was serosanguineous froth running from the mouth and nose ; in 4, blood flowing from the nostrils ; in 3, blood flowing from the ears ; in 7, fracture of the ribs. In . témales thedoi:10.1056/nejm190201021460105 fatcat:su5uqd5skrg5pe7z4skk6hb46i